The Land of Grace by Mike Burrell

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Overall, the book artfully asks probing questions about the basic human need for mythology of whatever kind and about the point at which the tensile cord of innocent fascination snaps. An intoxicating tale that’s simultaneously gaudy and exquisite.
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Imitating Elvis isn’t enough for Doyle Brisendine. He wants to be Elvis. Then a young woman offers him cash and a ride in an antique pink Cadillac to a replica of Elvis’s Graceland. Captured by a cult ruled by a ruthless matriarch called Mama escape seems impossible . . .

 

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Published July 31, 2018 by Livingston Pr. 253 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Mar 19 2018

Overall, the book artfully asks probing questions about the basic human need for mythology of whatever kind and about the point at which the tensile cord of innocent fascination snaps. An intoxicating tale that’s simultaneously gaudy and exquisite.

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